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With so many data breaches in the news recently across all industries, it’s important to recognize the differences between compliance, security and risk management. The relationship between these areas of your healthcare organization is critical. Security is not just about your most important systems, but also your weakest link. Having silos of information that are not cooperating or sharing with one another is a dangerous set-up. In this webinar, we’ll explain why compliance does not equal security, and why security cannot be the sole element of an effective holistic risk management program. Speaker Bio: Andrew Hicks, MBA, CISA, CCM, CRISC, HITRUST CSF Practitioner, Healthcare Practice Director Mr. Hicks has over 15 years of experience in IT governance including responsibilities specific to the IT security, risk management, audit, business continuity, disaster recovery, and regulatory compliance spaces. His experience and understanding of business processes and technology allows him to provide services in the areas of policy development, internal control design and testing, project management, system development reviews, and risk mitigation. He manages IT internal control programs relative to maintaining Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA security/privacy, HITECH, HITRUST and PCI regulatory compliance. He has a broad understanding of IT security best practices, as well as the ISO 27000 series, NIST, COBIT, HITRUST CSF and various other ITGC frameworks.